enchanting bhutan

Wangduephodrang in central Bhutan is known for the Lozeys or the ornamental speeches. Some of the notable lozeys are the sorrows of Gaylong Sumdar Tashi, who was sent as a monk and that of Pemai Tshewang Tashi who served as an official at the Dzong. The Dzong serves as the administrative centre and was built in 1639 by Zhabdrung Nawang Namgyel at the confluence of Puna Tsang chu.
The annual Wangduephodrang Tshechu was introduced by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal after the completion of the dzong. The three-day annual Tshechu is witnessed by people from Punakha and Thimphu, providing the people with an occasion to partake in entertainment and revelry. The Tshechu is known for the Raksha Mangcham or the dance of the Ox. It concludes with the unfurling of the Guru Tshengye Thongdroel where people throng to receive blessings.


West-East Tour (Paro Tshechu)

Nature of program: Cultural Tour: Complete crossing from west to east visiting all the im-portant places, Monastries, lhakhangs, and very important historical places. Festival Tour: Paro Tshechu starts from 31st March 2015 till 4th April 2015. It is held in Paro Dzong with the mask dance perf
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Thimphu Tshechu

One of the biggest festivals is the Thimphu Tshechu, held in the capital city for three days starting from 10th day of the 8th month of lunar calendar. Before the actual tshechu that is being witnessed by thousands of people from the capital city and the nearby Dzongkhags, days and nights of prayers
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Punakha Tshechu

Punakha is located in the western part of Bhutan and it is the winter home of Chief Abbot of Bhutan, the Je Khenpo. Punakha played great importance in the history of Bhutan during the time of Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel in 17th century. Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal is known as the unifier of Bhutan as a
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Trongsa Tshechu

Trongsa, the sacred and the temporal heart of the country is a two days journey from Thimphu. Situated in central Bhutan and once the seat of power over central and eastern Bhutan, both the first and second kings of Bhutan ruled the country from this ancient seat. All four kings were invested as Tro
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Lhuntse Tshechu

Lhuentse is one of the easternmost districts in Bhutan that borders with the autonomous region of Tibet. It is the ancestral home of our Kings and hosts a number of important and sacred monuments. The most important amongst others is the Dzong that sits majestically on a ridge overlooking the Kurich
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West-East (Tashigang & Mongar Tshechu)

Nature of program: Cultural Tour: Complete crossing from west to east visiting all the im-portant places, Monastries, lhakhangs, and very important historical places. Tashigang Tshechu: The monks perform ceremonial ablution or thrue before the tshechu begins. 1st day is rehearsal in preparati
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Thimphu Domchen, Wangdue Tshechu, Gangtay Drubchen & Tamshing

Background of the program 1. Thimphu Domchen : The 5th day of the 8th month of the Bhutanese calendar is marked as Thimphu Domchen. It is the day when the dance of the Palden Lhamo ( The deity of Bhu-tan )is shown to the public after a month of religious performance inside the lhakhang by the C
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PARO TSHECHU AND WESTERN BHUTAN TOUR

Paro Tshechu: ( Festival ) Paro Tshechu starts from 10th day till the 15th day of 2nd month of the Bhutanese calendar. It has a sin washing mask dances and the dramatisation of the life and death performed by the monks to entertain and educate the people. Paro is the most beautiful valley of the c
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West-East Tour (Ura Yakchoe)

Nature of program: Cultural Tour: Complete crossing from west to east visiting all the im-portant places, Monastries, lhakhangs, and very important historical places. Ura Yakchoe: Ura Village in Bumthang is known for the famous dance known as the Ura Yakchoe. During the festival a sacred and
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West-East (3 Festivals in Bumthang)

Nature of program: Cultural Tour: Complete crossing from west to east visiting all the im-portant places, Monastries, lhakhangs, and very important historical places. Jambay Lhakhang Festival: One of the most spectacular festivals in the country. The festival lasts for five days. The highlight
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JAMBAY LHAKHANG DRUB AND PRAKHAR FESTIVAL

Bhutan is the Himalayan kingdom replete with myths and legends, where the best of traditional culture thrives and the latest global developments are enthusiastically embraced. Our tour starts from the west Bhutani.e Paro and ends at the same. We will make a cultural tour in the west and attend the
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CHORTEN KORA, GASA TSHECHU AND PARO TSHECHU

East to west Tour: Bhutan is an independent country lies between India and China. It is the buddhist country and also the Gross National Happiness country. Our tour in Bhutan starts extremely from east (Samdrup Jongkhar) and ends in the west ( Paro). Chorten Kora: Chorten Kora was built in 17
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